This is my third SYW submission and I am already failing at this. I missed last week. Hmmm. So maybe I should call it “Share your world sporadically”? Anyways if you are interested in participating Visit Cee’s Photography Blog and go to the Share Your World page. (The link will take you straight to this week’s questions)
Algebra! Hahaha! OK no that isn’t it…
I think it’s a combo of lessons but it all comes down to “Life goes on”. That may sound cliche but really no matter what happens right now, how good or how bad, life will still go on and continue moving forward.
I think hand in hand with this is that “Life’s not fair”. Good things happen to apparently bad people, bad things happen to those we perceive as good. Basically we need to count our blessings and take them as they come. And we need to accept that each day is new with good and bad things in it and we can take it or leave it, we can focus on the negative or the positive, but regardless Life will keep on whether we like it, accept it, approve or not… whatever.
What feeds your enthusiasm for life?
Some days just being alive. Other days, nothing. I really am a take it as it comes kind of person. But deep down inside I have this extremely organized logical person that my outer, take it as it comes, c’est la vie person is driving completely mad.
What’s your most memorable (good or bad) airplane commercial or private flight?
I’d have to say when I was 16 flying solo for the first time and my plane had an unexpected 1 1/2 hr layover due to mechanical issues. I didn’t know what the right thing to do was as most of the passengers were transferring to another flight. I decided to stay on the original plane because I didn’t have a way to contact my aunt who was meeting me at my destination – this was long before cell phones were in every hand. It was nerve wracking, but I got here fine and my aunt was there, so it all turned out good.
If you were a great explorer, what would you explore?
I would do a world tour of abandoned sites/cities. I would have expensive cameras and take lots of pictures to document everything and I would do historical research whenever possible. I think it would be amazing.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I’m grateful for last weekend, it was a long weekend here in Canada. I had a very low key weekend and made homemade salsa that turned out so good. I made sure to write down what I did, now the Key is to repeat it :) .
As for the coming weekend 17 is graduating, her grad ceremonies are this Friday, and I can’t wait to see her all dolled up with her hair done wearing her fancy dress. Or to see how smart her boyfriend will look in his tux, by her side. Happy proud momma sigh…